I spent the day in Otello, Washington yesterday, digging through the McLean family farm. If there’s one thing I love about what I do (and I’m sure you already know this) it’s getting invited to dig through farms and barns. But this time was a little different and it has me happier than ever…
The purpose of this dig wasn’t for me to find things for myself, instead, it was to pull everything I loved from this farm together to raise money for the Air National Guard’s 242 Booster Association. A farm finds collection, curated by me and all for a good cause.
Now let me tell you, digging through these old buildings is not for the faint of heart. They’re typically packed to the rafters, dirty, and a little sketchy, structure wise.
I learned a great deal about these old places from my dad who always taught me to look up. Lots of great finds in the rafters and this day was no exception.
Yep, I even dug out a sweet old motorcycle.
Good old junk, as far as the eye can see…
What did I find? What did I love? My curated collection of farm finds is available now, for a limited time, at Paint in My Hair in Spokane, Washington.
Mike and Stan, with the 242 Booster Association and me, after a long day of digging at the McLean Farm.
Special thanks to the McLean family for donating all their good old farm finds.
Thanks to Paint in My Hair for selling this curated collection to benefit the Booster Association. **Paint in My Hair is having a fun “Girls Day Out” event at their store this Saturday. Click here for more details!
And biggest thanks to everyone who serves in our armed forces, and their families who sacrifice so much for the good of our country.